Purchasing a new air conditioner can be a frustrating experience. To say the least! When properly serviced and maintained, your air conditioner can last you for the next ten years or more. If you are unfamiliar with air conditioning systems, which would be totally understandable since you aren’t an ac pro, it can seem like a daunting mission. Particularly when deciding whether or not a las vegas air conditioning installation is even the best choice.
Making the right decision on such a large purchase is sure to give you pause. Our mission at Black Mountain Air is to educate everyone looking to buy a new ac unit, whether they decide to buy from us or not. We want you to be absolutely confident in selecting the right air conditioner for your home and your budget. That’s why we feel that any air conditioner installation begins with the homeowner, You!
Whether you are near “the Strip”, heading home from working at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority or Taking the 215 on your way to Lake Las Vegas. If you live in Clark County, NV then we can take care of you.
Unless you’re an air conditioning expert, you’re probably unfamiliar with all of the air conditioning elements and terminology. Don’t be concerned if your ac installation contractor seems to be speaking in a foreign language to you. We’ll make sure to go over every detail with you until you’re fully satisfied.
During an air conditioner install, you may only need to buy one part of an AC system, or you may need to purchase all of the components. As a consequence, it is vital to comprehend each aspect of the air conditioning system. Here are the key components and terms you should be familiar with:
The condensing unit is the large metal box outside your house. The condensing unit is in charge of building pressure in the system and cooling the refrigerant. A coil, a fan, and a compressor are among the components of the condensing unit that aid in this process. The coil and fan aid in the cooling of the refrigerant, while the compressor aids in the building of pressure.
The evaporator coil is mounted on the indoor side of your air conditioner. In most Las Vegas homes, an evaporator coil is placed next to the furnace. If there is no boiler, an evaporator coil would be placed inside a piece of equipment known as an air handler. The evaporator coil is the path that very cold refrigerant takes. An expansion valve is also contained in an evaporator coil. The expansion valve maintains the requisite cool temperatures in your coil.
While condenser units and evaporator coils are the most important components of your air conditioning system, don’t overlook these other critical components:
Though air conditioning systems come in a variety of styles, they all use the same working components to cool your home while removing heat and moisture. Choosing the best one for your needs, on the other hand, will be determined by a number of factors, including cost, application, and installation.
When it comes time to fix your air conditioner, here are a few things to think about:
Clean workmanship is important for a new air conditioner’s long-term service. Bad performance and avoidable repairs can result from a poorly installed system. The most expensive equipment cannot compensate for a bad install job. Make sure you always use a licensed and reliable Las Vegas HVAC contractor to install your equipment.
What component of your system do you want to replace? You want to take the time to evaluate every aspects of your system and see what needs to be replaced, as there are often great benefits to buy a complete whole system. Most modern air conditioners use R-410A refrigerant, also known as Puron. If your current system uses R-22 refrigerant (also known as Freon), it will not be compatible with an R-410A system. Equipment compliant with R-22 can no longer be marketed due to federal regulations. So, replacing one component of your system could necessitate the replacement of others.
The cooling industry has seen a lot of advancement, and air conditioners can now do a lot more. Are you looking for a high-efficiency unit? What about systems that allow you to zone your home? Alternatively, is the noise from your new air conditioner keeping you awake at night? Black Mountain Air offers a wide range of air conditioners. We can assist you in locating an air conditioner that meets ALL OF YOUR needs
The cost of installing a brand new ac system in Las Vegas will vary greatly. Depending on
We all know you get what you pay for. And there’s a reason why you pay more for quality.
If budget is your ONLY concern when it comes to considering who to buy from, then we totally understand that and feel that there are plenty of other las vegas AC installers that can probably be a better fit for you there.
However, if you are looking for a quality unit, that’s been installed properly, highly skilled installers who care about the quality of their work, with 5 star rated customer service to match. Then we would love it if you would consider Black Mountain Air as one of your options.
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Our residential air conditioning install team can get your ac installed and get cold air flowing through your vents as soon as possible.
Our team knows that the LAST THING you want to be without during those dog days of summer, especially in Nevada, is to be without ice cold air!
Whenever you discover your cooling system is broken, just give us a call at 702-450-6488 to reach us right away by phone or contact us via the book online or “get a quick quote” feature on our site.
Our team can let you know whether or not a new ac unit can get your home cool again or if it’s something we can fix and keep your unit running strong through the summer.
We know how stressful it is not to have the air conditioner working in this sweltering Vegas heat.
That’s why we keep our trucks fully stocked, so we do our best to get your AC fixed in one visit.
We specialize in having professionally trained technicians, not upsell happy salesmen. And we won’t nickle and dime you every step of the way.
How important is brand name to you? Do you only want to use the best ac manufacturers? Then we do too! We offer the top-of-the-line equipment from Maytag, Trane and Goodman just to name a few. Here is the full list of the brands we